Ultra-processed foods are a hot topic, with growing calls for tighter regulation. But what do we really know about them? Are they all bad for us, and if so what can we do about it?
Book your tickets for this hybrid Cambridge Festival panel discussion chaired by Dr Jean Adams of the MRC Epidemiology Unit.
Our panel of experts, including Cathy Cliff (Soil Association), Dr Samual Dicken (UCL), Tom Foster-Carter (Cherrypick) and Dr Yanaina Chavez-Ugalde (MRC Epidemiology Unit), will examine what ultra-processed foods are and their potential health implications, and also discuss what policies and regulations could be implemented for ultra-processed foods, and whether they should be.
After the discussion the panel will answer questions from the audience.